In 1986, Disism appeared in its first video. A live performance of the composition entitled: "Freeway" was captured by several cameras which were strategically placed in a video recording studio at Oakland's California Academy Of Arts And Crafts by the late Steve Schaer (formerly a member of -ING), and John Ayres (of Iao Core). The video was mixed by these two videographers live on-the-fly, enhancing it in real time with visual effects and production techniques which were considered high tech, state-of-the-art in 1986.
In 1988, a small slice of Disism's performance at the Bay Area Abject And Unusual Music Festival, held on the grounds of the University of California at Berkeley, was videotaped by experimental artist DD Downer. He later edited this footage with some effects and spliced it into a collection of other videotaped performances which he had recorded at the festival that day. The Disism piece featured in Downer's video is titled: "Pancake Make Up."
Goff and Kaswan performed both "Freeway" and "Pancake Make Up" using the Taped Rugs Frippertronic-style tape loop recording system, which is visible in both of these videos. Audio recordings of "Freeway" appear on several Disism cassette albums produced by Taped Rugs Productions, including the very first Disism release, archived at the internet link below:
The entire Disism performance from the Abject And Unusual Music Festival, including "Pancake Make Up," was released by Taped Rugs in various forms over the years and is fully archived at the internet link below: